But just this week some brand new info on the site has been released.
Singer and actor Justin Timberlake, who currently owns a stake of Myspace, tweeted a video link showing the site's new appearance and functionality, and quite honestly it looks pretty darn good.
It even brings up the picture profile of the listener so you can visit their page and communicate with them if you choose.
In addition, it seems like Myspace has fully conceded to the new generation of social sites, as it suggests you log in by using your Facebook and Twitter information.
That is correct - there is no charge for our service – never has been. The site is a free social media hub, so there is no reason to staff a customer service center so customers can complain about account access or banned accounts.In place of a customer service team, Myspace offers a HELP and FAQs section with answers to commonly asked questions.The radio stations are searchable and customizable and you can skip as many times as you like without penalty, unlike other virtual radio stations.
What you won’t find on Myspace is the social interaction you find on Instagram and Facebook, among other social sites.
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